We understand living with memory impairment is difficult. PSL is dedicated to providing person-centered support in an environment that makes your loved one feel at home.
Our team members who work in memory support neighborhoods are following a calling to care. Our support includes a daily focus not just on the clinical needs of the individual but meeting the needs of the whole person— spiritual, physical, intellectual, vocational, social, and emotional. We do this by helping each individual find meaning and purpose in their day with engagement in meaningful activity. This may be on a one-to-one basis, independently, or in a small group program. Compassionate Touch, aromatherapy, music engagement, craft projects, volunteer opportunities, exercise and movement, spiritual health and pet visits are just some of the ways we use to find daily purpose.
PSL focuses on a “Your Journey Forward” approach that seeks to enable people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of memory impairment to capitalize on their strengths, enhance existing abilities, and experience moments of joy, comfort, and security in each day’s journey.
This begins by gaining an understanding of the person. Their history, areas of interest, what brings a smile or makes them upset are all important as we work together to uncover those things that will give moments of meaning, purpose, and feelings of security.
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We know that moving is difficult, memory loss is not always fair, and that you have had hard choices to make to get to this transition. See below for some of the most frequently asked questions to get you started on your journey forward.
While the cost can vary depending on the community you choose, memory support accommodations at a PSL community start around $400/day
Wondering if you are considering the right living option? We can help! If one or more of the examples below matches your situation, memory support may be the right choice.
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